Evolv Shaman Rock Shoes - Unisex
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With a down camber and down-turned, asymmetric toe profile, the Shaman delivers high-performance for the gym, steep sport climbing, and bouldering. Redesigned with more rubber for toe hooking, and an inset front strap for better medial side toe scrumming.
- Vegan-friendly synthetic Synthratek VX is perforated and slightly elasticity for a close, snappy fit.
- Downturned profile with Evolv's Love Bump and Knuckle Box put your toes into a position of power while remaining comfortable.
- Arch tensioning middle strap and heel counter provide snugness.
- Highly asymmetric last for high-level sporty performance.
- VTR rand is thicker in the toe area for durability.
- 4.2mm Trax high friction rubber for secure grip.
- Evolv suggests sizing the same as your street shoe size.
A neutral shoe suits long routes and cracks. Moderate shoes allow precision and good edging. Aggressive shoes are downturned and tensioned, for power to the toe on steep or overhanging routes.
Highly asymmetric shoes allow more precision and focused power. Symmetrical shoes are more comfortable for all-around climbing.
Stiffness is provided by the type of sole and the tensioning system. Softer shoes allow more precision. Supportive shoes prevent fatigue.
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How to measure
- Foot length
- Use a ruler to measure the tracing off your foot from the front of your longest toe to the back of your heel.